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Tāre

1. (loan) (personal name) Charles.

E tino kōrerotia ana, tēnā tētahi Pākehā kaumātua rangatira, kei Hāki Pei ko Tāre Neana nō Pourerere, e mea ana kia whakaatu ki te Whare Karakia o Ingarangi kei taua Porowini tētahi mea hoatu noa, £10,000 (TW 12/2/1875:9). / It is currently reported that an old and respected settler in Hawke’s Bay, Mr Charles Nairn of Pourerere, intends endowing the Church of England institutions of the Province with a gift of £10,000.

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